This week in Cougar Town…

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Last night’s episode of Cougar Town, “Into the Great Wide Open”, toyed with the cliched notion that once women hit a certain age, they begin to realize that they’re “prime” is long gone.

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Learn About Bioidentical Hormone Therapy – Attend a Local Seminar Today!

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Learn How Bioidentical Hormone Therapy Can Help You. BodyLogicMD provides targeted and comprehensive seminars focused on natural bioidentical hormone therapy and our customized fitness and nutrition programs – at no cost to our attendees. Our highly trained physicians share their expertise and show how our individualized programs are designed to meet the unique needs of each patient. Plus, guests enjoy the opportunity to speak directly with our physician presenter(s) in a question and answer format following each seminar.

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Dr. Center Live: Menopause VS. MAN-opause

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As a recognized expert in bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT), Dr. Stephen Center of BodyLogicMD of San Diego, CA. was featured as a guest on San Diego Living.  Dr. Center shared his insight on how men and women can relieve their symptoms of hormonal imbalance in order to make “the change” a smoother transition. Using … Continued

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Attend a FREE Bioidentical Hormone Therapy Seminar

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Learn How Bioidentical Hormone Therapy Can Help You.
BodyLogicMD provides targeted and comprehensive seminars focused on natural bioidentical hormone therapy and our customized fitness and nutrition programs – at no cost to our attendees. Our highly trained physicians share their expertise and show how our individualized programs are designed to meet the unique needs of each patient. Plus, guests enjoy the opportunity to speak directly with our physician presenter(s) in a question and answer format following each seminar.

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Bioidentical hormones gave me back my sanity!

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Since the first time I saw Dr. Archer and started on my hormone treatment, things may get me down for a day, maybe two, but that’s it. I started on my new hormones on June 1, 09. I have almost as much energy as I did in my 30’s. I can’t wait for the 20’s!! Today, I walked for the first time and I joined Weight Watchers one more time, but for the last time. I’m going to outlive Suzanne Somers!!! I’m handling the rejection which is something I’ve never been able to handle and I’m starting to really like me. I’m starting to paint again and starting to make my house beautiful which is why I got into this business 21 years ago.

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Dr. Oz calls it "Male-o-pause," we call it Andropause

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I applaud Dr. Oz’s answer on Oprah show regarding andropause or as we like to call it Man-o-pause! For men Testosterone reaches a peak at around age 25-30 and then goes down at a rate of 1-2% per year which is why as Dr. Oz points out that the onset of symptoms is very slow and not very obvious to men. The changes with menopause tends to happen over a shorter period of time so women are more aware of the changes. Men may notice a lack of energy, declining memory, increased moodiness, a decrease in libido and/or erections and a loss in muscle tone, increase in fat and a loss of stamina. Levels of testosterone are easily checked in a blood test and can be corrected with testosterone therapy. In addtion to improving all of the above symptoms, replacing testosterone also decreases the risk of heart disease and alzheimer’s disease and can improve cholesterol and blood sugar levels among many other benefits. Many of the changes that men tend to chalk up to aging can be improved with testosterone therapy.

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Feeling Irritable? Could Be Your Hormones

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In women who are entering menopause, estrogen levels are either too high or too low. Estrogen influences the production of serotonin – a neurotransmitter that regulates mood. Irritable Men Syndrome or Irritable Male Syndrome (IMS) is the term used to describe the mood swings in men. Although Irritable Male Syndrome is most often caused by high stress and/or low testosterone; high estrogen levels can also cause irritability in men.

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What Is The Connection Between Weight Gain And Hormones?

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Weight gain in men and women can be a result of a hormonal imbalance. Hormones decline as we age and as they do, contribute to men and women’s propensity to gain weight.

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BodyLogicMD Of Orlando Welcomes Newest BHRT Physician To Practice

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The overwhelming response to Oprah, Suzanne Somers, Dr. Phil and Robin McGraw talking about bioidentical hormone therapy continues and in order to meet the increased demand, BodyLogicMD continues to welcome additional bioidentical hormone replacement therapy doctors to our national network. We have identified yet another extremely qualified practitioner who specializes in this exciting field of anti-aging medicine. Dr. George Solomon will be joining BodyLogicMD of Orlando and this will allow more patients afflicted by hormonal imbalances to find relief from fatigue, memory loss, hot flashes, mood swings, and more with bioidentical hormone therapy.

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